Bad news coming from Nikon corporation, they have again delayed Nikon A900 and B700 availability date. Earlier Nikon told us via a press release that Nikon A900 and B700 will become available to public from June 2016 but Now Nikon issued another delay for the Coolpix A900 and B700 cameras and the new release date will be in October. Both are continuously delayed due to Kumamoto earthquakes
“The new release date has yet to be determined and we will announce the information as soon as it is decided.”
Here is the full press release:
Update on the release of the new COOLPIX A900 and B700 compact digital cameras
TOKYO – Nikon Corporation announced delays in the release of new digital cameras and the effects of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes in a press release dated April 20, 2016. The following is an update on the release of the new COOLPIX A900 and B700 compact digital cameras (announced on February 23, 2016).
On April 20, we announced that release of the COOLPIX A900 and B700 would be delayed until July as more time was required for software adjustment. However, due to the effects of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes, release of these cameras is now scheduled for October 2016.
We sincerely apologize to our customers, business partners, and all those who have expressed interest in these models for the delays.
DXOMark Lab tested out the Sony A6300 camera and the result was prodigious. If we place confidence in the text score of DXOMark Lab then undoubtedly Sony A6300 holds the crown of best APS-C camera in the market.
As you can see in the test result that Sony A6300 performing better than the Nikon D7200 during low-light test, however the overall score of Nikon is still better.
The overall score and the low-light score of Sony A6300 is better compared to the Canon 80D camera.
Undoubtedly Sony A6300 is the best APS-C sensor mirrorless camera available at the moment.
According to latest rumors Canon is going to announce 6D mark 2 camera in the first half of 2017. It is also confirmed that just like the EOS 5D mark IV the camera will arrive with a very advance core specifications.
There was a bunch of rumors already floating over the web from past year that Canon 6D Mark II is coming on 2016 but according to the recent information from the trusted sources of CanonRumor the Canon 6D Mark II is not coming soon. The expected date of arrival now shifted to First half of 2016.
The Canon also rumored to announce a new DSLR body in 2017 with a brand new sensor and new namestyle sometime in 2017. We will update you soon as we get any new information.
Today Hasselblad finally revealed its X1D mirrorless camera today, the camera features 50 Megapixel Medium format sensor and ISO range upto 25600. The camera also features dust and weather resistant body and instead of announcing new flash range they made Hotshoe compatible with the existing Nikon flashes / Speedlights.
Two new lenses also announced with the system, 45mm F3.5 and 90mm F4.5 and more lenses are coming shortly , we expect a bunch of new lenses is coming at Photokina 2016. All the existing Hasselblad lenses are usable with the help of a external adapter.
Nikon D3400 / D3500 early set of specification leaked over the web today, however nothing new here as we have already told you that Nikon upcoming entry level DSLR will going to have CMOS sensor and will be SnapBridge compatible, take a look at the rumored specification below
No 4k video
The D3xxx line will remain DSLR and will not go mirrorless
Announcement before Photokina, delayed because of SnapBridge issues
A quick reminder that on June 10th Nikon officially discontinued the entry level DSLR Nikon D3300 camera in Japan and I strongly suggests that an announcement is imminent from Nikon. So if you are planning to get a entry level DSLR from Nikon, you must hold your purchase for few week.
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